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By wigswig ·
yes i am having trouble covnerting microsoft word documents to .pdf format. It was working ans now it is not

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by Data Ninja In reply to .pdf conversion

If you were using something such as "Office In Color" (OIC) to create them, you may have removed the template file that loads the necessary components. It also creates a printer called "Acrobat PDFWriter" that it sends the document to, to create the file. If that printer was removed you would also have this problem. If this is the case, you will need to re-install the OIC application or the PDFWriter software to get functionality back.

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by GMTurner In reply to .pdf conversion

What software are you using to create the PDF files? Adobe Acrobat gives you several different ways of doing it... printing to the PDFWriter, using distiller, etc.

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by volkerk In reply to .pdf conversion

Are you using the PDFmaker macro (that's the "create Adobe PDF" icon on the toolbar)?
Are you getting the working messages up to the point were it says "Distiller: starting up" and then nothing ever seems to happen?

If so, you will usually find the files are being created anyway, they just don't auto-open.

If you are looking for more help, please specify what version of Acrobat you have, whether you appplied the latest patch, and what method you are using to create the PDFs.

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